Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Overwhelming - 75% of Rangers fans would sell midfielder


As a potential bidding war for the services of Finnish star Glen Kamara heats up, Ibrox Noise was interested in our readers’ thoughts on the idea.

The ex-Dundee midfielder had a slow start last season, before an excellent split, but has reverted to slightly patchy form this term and has consequently lost his guaranteed slot – he’d certainly become a Steven Gerrard favourite last term, but this season that privilege appears to have been revoked, and he found himself benched once more on Sunday.

Crystal Palace and Brighton have been (again) credited with an interest in acquiring his services, and without a desperate need to sell, Rangers don’t have to give away a young international for buttons.

And our readers feel the 23-year old is far from indispensable.

In an Ibrox Noise poll, 75% of all responses suggested that for the right fee, the anchor was entirely sellable, with just 25% eager to retain him.

The posited number was the £5-£10M range, perhaps higher, and it seems Kamara hasn’t done enough this season to force his way back into fans’ thinking as an important player at Ibrox.

We had a feeling his services weren’t desperately needed, and these numbers may back that up.

5 comments:

  1. The players just getting started ffs

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  2. We have plenty of midfielders, so happy to take the money. It's not that I don't rate him, but we have good youth coming through and we need space for them to develop. King will be off in the summer, Davis probably the summer after. Still leaves a lot of midfielders. So not a comment on Kamara, just our strength in midfield.

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  3. keep everyone to maximise chance of winning title

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  4. I'd sell anyone in the squad for the right fee, dont sensationalise this.

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  5. Keep everyone together, any injuries could be the difference. There is a time to sell and keep. Keep this squad together as long as we can

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